2019 eLearning Predictions – Hype Curve

Web Courseworks

The discussion of the concept or technology increases a bit – never reaching the previous level of buzz, because the only people with reason to discuss it are the actual users – and reaches a moderate, stable level: Gartner dubs this phase the Plateau of Productivity.

2016 eLearning Hype Curve Predictions

Web Courseworks

We think this one has a relatively clear path to the Plateau of Productivity. Defense Department is supporting it, so xAPI will probably eventually make it through the swiftly approaching Trough of Disillusionment and make it to the Plateau of Productivity….eventually.

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2016 eLearning Hype Curve Predictions

Web Courseworks

We think this one has a relatively clear path to the Plateau of Productivity. Defense Department is supporting it, so xAPI will probably eventually make it through the swiftly approaching Trough of Disillusionment and reach the Plateau of Productivity….eventually.

2016 eLearning Hype Curve Follow Up

Web Courseworks

Fall 2016 Webinar Series – This fall, we will be following up with Valerie Smothers from MedBiquitous to talk about PI and the outdated PDF Certificate. Plateau of Productivity. Last December, we placed some of eLearning’s most interesting trends on the hype curve.

eLearning Hype Curve: Our Predictions for 2019

Web Courseworks

The discussion of the concept or technology increases a bit – never reaching the previous level of buzz, because the only people with reason to discuss it are the actual users – and reaches a moderate, stable level: Gartner dubs this phase the Plateau of Productivity.

Using Video in Training: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

The Learning Dispatch

Fortunately, high production values seems to have little impact on video watching or learning engagement. High production values might be worth the extra cost. It’s a lot easier to avoid recording audio hiss than it is to clean it up in post-production.

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How to Use a Learning Management System for Performance Support

Absorb LMS

Also, software and hardware makers realized that more people would buy their products if they made them easier to use. We’re likely now approaching the Plateau of Productivity for performance support.

eLearning Portal Integration

Tony Karrer

For example, a Plateau case study (PDF) talks about: The biggest benefit Reuters has seen from its Plateau LMS to date is from deep linking functionality. With deep links in Plateau, users can launch content in two or three clicks. I've had a similar discussion several times over the past few months. These discussions center on what requirements should go into an LMS RFP and more broadly how the LMS should really be integrated into the organization.

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LMS Administrator Hiring – What you need to know to find the right 1

eLearning 24-7

Once you break the 25,000 plateau, you should have three administrators, one being super admin. Simply, can they open a PDF, save a document as a PDF. Back in the 90’s (I think), there was “Where’s Waldo” books and stuff like that.

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Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Production of content into eLearning is becoming much more of a commodity. This month's #LCBQ is the first with the Big Question Thought Leaders. It's been fun working with them and has definitely added a new spark. I'm hoping that others will join the effort.

User Friendly or Hype?

eLearning 24-7

The number one reason people leave their current system or purchase a different e-learning product? Every time I see a product, two statements seem to be universal. If I am a potential customer, I would expect nothing less to come out of the vendor’s mouth on their product and user friendliness. Who is going to buy a product, where the salesperson says, “Well, our system is really difficult and we lose customers over it&# ? Plateau Talent Management System.

My 2012 Enterprise mLearning Predictions Recap

mLearning Trends

The reasons will be plentiful but largely driven by better/cheaper/more ubiquitous technologies and everyone’s acceptance of the fact we all use our phones (tablets, et al) to improve both personal and business communications and to be more productive.